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Old 07-12-2009, 10:05 PM
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Yes. And the base is on the other side of it.
But, it would fall off!
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Old 07-13-2009, 09:33 AM
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But, it would fall off!
Not at all. Yes its flat, with one side always facing us and the other side not. Like staring down at a giant pizza.

Hmmm.... of course the old saying is that the moon is made of cheese. Mozzarella and cheddar.
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Old 07-13-2009, 10:17 AM
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Hmmm.... of course the old saying is that the moon is made of cheese. Mozzarella and cheddar.
No, not at all! Last night the moon looked rather red as it came over the horizon, so it must be one of these:

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Old 07-13-2009, 10:57 AM
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I just saw the Mythbuster on the moon landing hoax theories and they totally BUSTEd everyone they tackled..

Not to be abrassive but hoaxing the moon landing is such a collosal use of conjecture.
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Old 07-13-2009, 11:04 AM
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No, not at all! Last night the moon looked rather red as it came over the horizon, so it must be one of these:

I think I see an ancient landing site, just to the left of the cow's head!
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Not to be abrassive but hoaxing the moon landing is such a collosal use of conjecture.
Not to mention stupidity.
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Old 07-13-2009, 11:22 AM
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To that I can't say.
Perhaps this is just the effect of isolation
People disbelieve in Jesus, Evolution, the Holocaust for pretty much the same reason...
Because they didn't see it for themselves....and incredulity of course.
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Old 07-13-2009, 12:02 PM
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To that I can't say.
Perhaps this is just the effect of isolation
People disbelieve in Jesus, Evolution, the Holocaust for pretty much the same reason...
Because they didn't see it for themselves....and incredulity of course.
One of these events is not like the other. One of these events is not the same. Can you guess which event is not like the other......
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Old 07-13-2009, 12:06 PM
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Not to mention stupidity.
In an age of deep stupidity, the moon landing conspiricy is the biggest bluntest turd on the cake. Arguably one of the greatest single scientific achievements in human history and these people make up stories about how it didn't happen because they find that more entertaining than actually going to the moon. DUH.
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Old 07-13-2009, 12:43 PM
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One of these events is not like the other. One of these events is not the same. Can you guess which event is not like the other......
The one common denominator is that given enough time isolated to the confines of egostatic cultrural concepts incredulity can proliferate no matter how much evidence one may have.

For 2000, years Jesus Christ was had never been questioned.
Then Lyell whom Darwin associated with began theorizing purposely against Judeo-Christian concept and atheism burst onto the scene for the modern age. It gained popularity in a certain circle and was encouraged not because of any discovered errors in the scriptural text vs science but merely for the discord of dominance that the Catholic Church had caused for it's entire period of power.

Anti-Judeo-Christian influence is also well linked with the theories against the Holocaust. It benefits a similar agenda not because of some error discovered consistent with known facts but because of mere incredulity and hate.

Christians don't accept evolution not because they know evolution has flaws but because they choose to believe in God and hate has stired many in both directions. Many are choosing their side merely on emotional incredulity and tradition.

All for the same reasons:
"I haven't seen it."
"I don't want to believe it"
"have been hurt by those who do believe"

The Moonlanding is a different animal but it's agenda is somewhat political aswell and ultimately the Hoax theories originators suffer from the same egotistic isolation that atheist, Christians and Muslims suffer from as a whole so at least there is something in common between these counter intuitive associations.

When one accepts that almost all of the events one knows about are cultrual acceptances are not just a matter of undeniable fact it becomes clear that nothing stops us from rejecting every thing we've learned through someone else's telling of history. It is Agenda...It is ego it is culture.

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